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Shelmerdine 04

Shelmerdine Latin Chapter 4 no macrons

QuestionAnswer
oculus, oculi, m. eye
pontus, ponti, m. sea, ocean
via, viae, f. way, road
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus to walk
erro, errare, erravi, erratus to wander, err
festino, festinare, festinavi, festinatus to hurry, hasten
moveo, movere, movi, motus to move
navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatus to sail
facile easily
non not
nunc now
saepe often
tandem finally
tum then, at that time, next
a, ab (+abl.) away from
ad (+acc) to, toward
e, ex (+abl.) out of, from
in (+abla.) in, on
in (+acc.) into, onto, against
pro (+abl.) in front of, on behalf of, instead of
trans (+acc.) across, beyond
*insula, insulae, f. island
*prope (+acc) near
*regno, regnare, regnavi, regnatus to rule over
*habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatus to live
*terra, terrae, f. land, earth
ablatives OOP means/instrument: I see WITH my eyes place where: The farmer works IN the field place from which: OUT of the ocean
accusative OOP place to which: INTO the temple
typical sentence order nominitave, genitive, dative, prep phrase, accusative, adverb, verb || Amicus viri puero in agro aquam saepe dat. -- The man's friend often gives water to the boy in the field
ablative prepositions (motion away) a,ab e, ex in - meaning in/on pro
accusative prepositions (motion towards) ad in - meaning into, onto, against trans
Created by: thomas.macri